Aspects of Interactive Graphic Systems
During the last decade, were you a clock watcher? Leonard da Vinci wrote “A clock (is) to be used by those who grudge the wasting of time.” 1 Those of us who were involved in the advancement of computer graphics during the last decade might ponder that question. How many of us were clock watchers? Was there a wasting of time?
KeywordsCentral Processing Unit Host Computer Graphic Application Mass Storage Data Transfer Rate
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